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[texts][Logbook of the Narwhal (Steam bark) of San Francisco, mastered by H.P. Smith, on voyage from 12 Mar. 1892-24 Oct. 1894] - Narwhal (Steam bark)
Partial log, kept by H.P. Smith relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; Whaling vessel, out of San Francisco, mastered by H.P. Smith, on voyage from 12 Mar. 1892-24 Oct. 1894 to the Arctic Ocean whaling grounds; owner-agent: Josiah Knowles; built at San Francisco, Calif., 1883
Keywords: Knowles, Josiah Nickerson, 1830-1896; Bowhead whale; Globicephala; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; WhalingCaliforniaSan Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Smith, Horace P. (Horace Perry)
[texts][Logbook of the Mercury (Bark) of New Bedford, mastered by George S. Tooker, on voyage from 20 July 1863-25 May 1867] - Mercury (Bark)
Log, kept by George S. Tooker, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George S. Tooker, on voyage from 20 July 1863-25 May 1867 to the Japan, Arctic Ocean, On the Line and Off Shore whaling grounds; owner-agent: William O. Brownell; built at Rochester, N.Y., 1822
Keywords: Brownell, William O; Blackfish; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Tooker, George S
[texts][Logbook of the Oregon (Ship) of Fairhaven, mastered by Henry Eldridge, on voyage from 16 Sept. 1853-30 May 1857] - Oregon (Ship)
Log, kept by Henry Eldridge, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific, South Pacific, and Western Arctic oceans; and Okhotsk Sea; Whaling vessel, out of Fairhaven, Mass., mastered by Henry Eldridge, on voyage from 16 Sept. 1853-30 May 1857 to the 12/40, Cape Verde, Cornell, Coast of Brazil, Juan Fernandez, Callao, Galapagos, Off Shore, Japan, Briston Bay, Anadyr Sea, Arctic Ocean, Bering Strait, California Coast, On the Line, Tuamatos, Hawaiian Islands, Kodiak, Kamchatka Coast, French R...
Keywords: Tripp L.C. (Lemuel Carver), 1800-1864; Blackfish; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Sperm whales; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Eldridge, Henry, shipmaster
[texts][Logbook of the Florida (Ship) of Fairhaven, mastered by Isaiah West, on voyage from 2 June 1851-20 Apr. 1854] - Florida (Ship)
Partial log, keeper unknown, to the North Pacific and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of Fairhaven Mass., mastered by Isaiah West, on voyage from 2 June 1851-20 Apr. 1854 to the Southeast Pacific, Southwest Pacific, Okhotsk Cape, and Bering Strait whaling grounds; owner-agent: Fish, Robinson & Co.; built at New York, N.Y., 1821
Keywords: West, Isaiah; Fish, Robinson and Company (Fairhaven, Mass.); Blackfish; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Sperm whales; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel
[texts][Logbook of the Florida (Ship) of New Bedford, mastered by Joseph C. Little on voyage from 18 May 1851-26 May 1853] - Florida (Ship)
Log, kept by Joseph C. Little, relating to a whaling voyage to the Indian and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Joseph C. Little on voyage from 18 May 1851-26 May 1853 to the Abrolhos Banks, Tristan and Okhotsk Sea whaling grounds; owner-agent: C.R. Tucker & Co.; built at Haddam, Conn., 1827
Keywords: C.R. Tucker & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Blackfish; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whalers (Persons)Death; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Little, Joseph C
[texts][Logbook of the Frances Henrietta (Ship) of New Bedford, mastered by George Swain on voyage from 17 June 1851-28 Apr. 1855] - Frances Henrietta (Ship)
Partial log, kept by Mary J. Swain, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George Swain on voyage from 17 June 1851-28 Apr. 1855 to the Arctic Ocean whaling grounds; owner-agent: Samuel W. Rodman; built at Philadelphia, Pa., 1803
Keywords: Swain, George, Capt; Rodman, Samuel W; Globicephala; Marine accidents; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death)Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Swain, Mary Jane
[texts][Logbook of the Adeline (ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John P. Carr, kept by William Peets, on voyage 21 Sept. 1850-13 June 1853] - Adeline (Ship); Peets, William, logkeeper
Partial log, kept by William Peets, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific Ocean; 1850 Sept. 20-1851 Aug. 20; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, and mutiny. Other places represented include Faial and Oahu; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 273); Contains the names of vessels and masters spoken throughout the voyage; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John P...
Keywords: Carr, John P; Isaac Howland, Jr. & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Marine accidents; Mutiny; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Isaac Howland, Jr
Downloads: 56
[texts][Logbook of the Beluga (Steam bark), out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 30 Mar. 1897-4 Oct. 1899] - Beluga (Steam bark); Bodfish, Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Partial log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean, Bering Strait, and Beaufort and Chukchi seas; 1897 March 30-1899 March 4; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead and white whale), seals, and walrus seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, indigenous people, mutiny, and punishment at sea; and pencil sketches of whales. Other places represented include Saint Lawrence Island, Port Clarence, and Dutch Harbor; Repository also has microfilm of Log...
Keywords: Griffith, Edwin L; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Bering Strait--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Sketches; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Bering Strait--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Sketches
Downloads: 26
[texts][Logbook of the Newport (Steam barkentine), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered (in the following order) by William P. Porter, James Tilton, Hartson H. Bodfish, and G.B. Levitt, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on whaling voyage from 1 June 1892-26 Sept. 1898] - Newport (Steam barkentine); Bodfish, Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Partial log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; 1893 Aug. 21-1896 Sept. 4; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead) and fur seals seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, women and children on ship, indigenous people, recapture of deserters, punishment on ship, and shipboard medicine and treatment of wounded man; and ink sketches, poems, minutes of meetings, and scores and statistics for a baseball league played at Herschel Island; Repository ...
Keywords: Knowles, Josiah Nickerson, 1830-1896; Leavitt, G. B; Porter, William P. S; Tilton, James A; Pacific Steam Whaling Co; Baseball; Bowhead whale; Children and the sea; Deserters, Naval; Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Drawings; Logbooks; Minutes; Poems; Leavitt, G. B; Porter, William P. S; Tilton, James A; Pacific Steam Whaling Co; Baseball; Bowhead whale; Children and the sea; Deserters, Naval; Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Drawings; Logbooks; Minutes; Poems
Downloads: 50
[texts][Logbook of the Mary D. Hume (Steam brigantine), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by James A. Tilton, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 19 Apr. 1890-29 Sept. 1892] - Mary D. Hume (Steam brigantine); Bodfish, Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean and Beaufort Sea; 1890 Apr. 19-1892 Sept. 30; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken (blue, bowhead, gray, killer, and white whale), death at sea, indigenous people, and shipboard medicine. Other places represented include Herschel Island, Port Clarence, Point Barrow, and Dutch Harbor; Repository also has microfilm of the Log (Reel 912); Whaling vessel, out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Jame...
Keywords: Knowles, Josiah Nickerson, 1830-1896; Tilton, James A; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Gray whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Tilton, James A; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Gray whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks
Downloads: 29
[texts][William Baylies (Steam bark), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 10 Mar. 1906-7 Nov. 1906] - William Baylies (Steam bark); Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific Ocean; 1906 March 10-1906 Nov. 6; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead, finback, killer, sperm, white), seals, and walrus seen or taken, death at sea, shipboard medicine, smoked ship to kill rats, and the arrest of Captain Bodfish for murder; and inventory of whale oil and bone. Other places represented include Dutch Harbor and Nome; Repository also has microfilm of the Logbook (Reel 213); Logbook als...
Keywords: William Lewis & Son (San Francisco, Calif.); Arrest; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Killer whale; Medicine, Naval; Murder; Rats; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Nome (Alaska)--Description and travel; Inventories; Logbooks
Downloads: 39
[texts][Logbook of the Florida (Ship) of Fairhaven, mastered by Isaiah West, on voyage from 2 June 1851-20 Apr. 1854] - Florida (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, to the North Pacific and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of Fairhaven Mass., mastered by Isaiah West, on voyage from 2 June 1851-20 Apr. 1854 to the North Pacific, Okhotsk Sea, Arctic Ocean, and Bering Strait whaling grounds; owner-agent: Fish, Robinson & Co.; built at New York, N.Y., 1821
Keywords: West, Isaiah; Fish, Robinson and Company (Fairhaven, Mass.); Blackfish; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whales; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; St. Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel
[texts][Thomas Dickason, (Bark), of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Valentine Lewis, on voyage from 2 Nov. 1869 to 4 Sept.1871] - Thomas Dickason (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic and Indian oceans; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, and sperm), and arctic disaster, death at sea, indigenous people, punishment on ship, and women at sea. Other places represented include Juan Fernandez Islands and Honolulu; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Valentine Lewis, on voyage from 2 Nov...
Keywords: Lewis, Valentine, 1829-1893; G. & M. Howland (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Ice--Arctic regions; Indigenous peoples; Punishment; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the Sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Juan Fernandez Islands--Description and travel; South PacificOcean--Description and travel; Mitchell, Samuel, logkeeper
[texts][Logbook of the Levant (Ship) of Sag Harbor, mastered by Mercator Cooper, on voyage from 7 Aug. 1851-1855] - Levant (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of Sag Harbor, N.Y., mastered by Mercator Cooper, on voyage from 7 Aug. 1851-1855 to the Off Southwest Coast of Africa, Coast of Kamchatka, Chatham Island, Balleny Islands, Japan, and Anadyr Seawhaling grounds; owner-agent Huntting Cooper; built at Newbury, Mass., 1831
Keywords: Cooper, Huntting; Cooper, Mercator, 1803-1872; Blackfish; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; WhalingNew YorkSag Harbor; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel
[texts][Logbook of the Marengo (Ship) of New Bedford, mastered by Joseph C. Little on voyage from 17 Oct. 1866-23 Apr. 1871] - Marengo (Ship)
Log, kept by Joseph C. Little, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Pacific and Arctic oceans; Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Joseph C. Little on voyage from 17 Oct. 1866-23 Apr. 1871 to the Falkland, Vasquez, Wright, Middle, Compass, Abrolhos, and Hawaiian whaling grounds; owner-agent: William O. Brownell; built at Medford, Mass., 1831
Keywords: Brownell, William O; Blackfish; Finback whale; Globicephala; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whalers (Persons)Death; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Mocha Island (Chile)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Little, Joseph C
Downloads: 1
[texts][Narwhal (Steam bark), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Horace P. Smith, on voyage from 12 Mar. 1892-24 Oct. 1894] - Narwhal (Steam bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken (bowhead), and arctic disaster, death at sea, indigenous people, punishment on ship, and women at sea; and New Year's party, account of coal consumption, and weather log. Other places represented include Unalaska, Saint Lawrence Island, Port Clarence, Cape Smyth, Point Barrow, and Herschel Island; Whaling vessel, out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Horace P...
Keywords: Knowles, Josiah Nickerson, 1830-1896; Smith, Horace P; Bowhead whale; Collisions at sea; Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Seafaring life; Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel
[texts][Logbook of the Cleone (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John E. Simmons and Daniel D. Wood (starting homebound on 28 Dec. 1861), on voyage from 4 Oct. 1858-3 Aug. 1862] - Cleone (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Okhotsk Sea; 1858 Oct. 4-1862 Aug. 3; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, ships spoken to, indigenous people, crew members illnesses including scurvy and tuberculosis, accidents and death at sea, punishment on ship, ship stuck in Arctic ice, rescues, and C
Keywords: Kehew, John; Maxfield, Edmund; Simmons, John E., shipmaster; Wood, Daniel D; Ice--Arctic regions; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Scurvy; Seafaring life; Ship captains' spouses; Tuberculosis; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whalers (Persons)--Health and hygiene; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts; New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Prince of Wales, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Tonga--Description and travel; Accounts; Advertisements; Crew lists; Drawings; Inventories; Logbooks
Downloads: 57
[texts][Herman (Steam bark), of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 27 Mar.-26 Nov. 1909] - Herman (Steam bark)
Partial log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean.$bIncludes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead, gray, humpback, killer, sperm, and white), seals, and walrus seen or taken, and indigenous people; and whale stamps, inventories of whale oil and bone, list of whales taken and by whom, and account of trading. Other places represented include Unalaska, Ukivok (King Island), Point Hope, Dutch Harbor, Point Barrow, and Cape Smyth; Whaling vessel, out of San...
Keywords: H. Liebes & Company; Bowhead whale; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; WhalingCaliforniaSan Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Ukivok (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel; Bodfish, Hartson H.--(Hartson Hartlett)
[texts][Logbook of the Rousseau (Bark) out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Charles S. Pope, kept by Edward J.R. Selby on voyage 17 Oct. 1853-5 July 1857] - Rousseau (Bark); Selby, Edward J. R., logkeeper
Log, kept by Edward J.R. Selby, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Okhotsk Sea; 1853 Oct. 17-1857 July 3; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, indigenous people, punishment, rescues, and children on ship; and whale stamps and accounts. Other places represented include Tumbes, Maui, Hawaii Island, Lahaina, and Guam; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 258); Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass...
Keywords: Pope, Charles S; G. & M. Howland (New Bedford Mass.); Children and the sea; Indiginous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling Masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hawaii Island (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Tumbes (Peru)--Description and travel; Accounts; Crew list; Illustrations; Logbooks; G
Downloads: 38
[texts][Logbook of the Frances (Ship : 1826-1853) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by William Swain, Jr., kept by Orson F. Shattuck, on voyage from 4 Sept. 1850-24 Dec. 1852] - Frances (Ship : 1826-1853); Shattuck, Orson F, logkeeper
Log, kept by Orson F. Shattuck, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1850 Sept. 2-1852 Dec. 24; Includes descriptions of whales (blackfish, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm), and walrus seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, cruelty and punishment on ship, fire on ship, indigenous people, shipboard medicine, shipw
Keywords: Swain, William, Jr; Henry Taber & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Cruelty; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humbpack whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Right whales; Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedfiord; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Banaba (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Hong Kong--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Praia (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Logbooks; Henry Taber
Downloads: 65
[texts][Logbook of the Belvedere (Steam bark) of San Francisco, mastered by M.V.B. Millard, on voyage from 9 Mar. 1897-3 Nov. 1898] - Belvedere (Steam bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; Whaling vessel, out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by M.V.B. Millard, on voyage from 9 Mar. 1897-3 Nov. 1898 to the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea whaling grounds; owner-agent: William Lewis; built at Bath, Me., 1880
Keywords: Millard, M.V.B. (Martin Van Buren); Lewis, William; Bowhead whale; Globicephala; Indigenous people; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; WhalingCaliforniaSan Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Cape Smyth (Alaska)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; St. Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel
Downloads: 1
[texts][Logbook of the Nimrod (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Willis Howes, kept by Willis Howes, on voyage from 18 Sept. 1857-14 July 1861] - Nimrod (Ship); Howes, Willis, logkeeper
Log, kept by Willis Howes, relating to a whaling voyage to the Pacific and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1858 Apr. 1-1861 July 12; Includes descriptions of whales (blackfish, blue, bowhead, finback, humpback, and sperm) seen or taken, children on ship, cruelty and punishment on ship, and women on ship; ship sketch, whale drawing,and sailing directions. Places represented include Bay of Islands, Hilo, Kermadec, and Kuril Islands; Repository also has microfilm of the log (Reel 911); Whaling vesse...
Keywords: Gifford, William, 1798-1866; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Children of the sea; Cruelty; Finback whale; Globicephala; Humpback whale; Navigation; Punishment; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Kermadec Islands--Description and travel; Kuril Islands (Russia)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Drawings; Logbooks
Downloads: 176
[texts][Hunter (Bark) of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Albert C. Sherman, kept by Albert C. Sherman on voyage from 26 Dec. 1882-18 Nov. 1883] - Hunter (Bark)
Log, kept by Albert C. Sherman, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, South Pacific, and Arctic oceans, and Sea of Japan.$bIncludes descriptions of whales (finback and killer), seals, and walrus seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, arctic disaster, fire on ship, punishment on ship, and shipwrecks; and list of supplies. Other places represented include Pleasant Island (Nauru), Saipan, Point Hope, Cape Thompson...
Keywords: Smith, Gilbert L; Desertions, Naval; Finback whale; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Punishment; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Ships--Equipment and supplies; Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; WhalingCaliforniaSan Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Arctic regions--Ice; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Japan, Sea of--Description and travel; Nauru--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saipan--Description and travel; South Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Thompson, Cape (North Slope Borough, Alaska)--Description and travel; Sherman, Albert C
Downloads: 1
[texts][Logbook of the Almira (Ship) of Edgartown, Mass., mastered by Abraham Osborn Jr., on voyage from 8 Aug. 1864-4 Oct. 1868] - Almira (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans; 1864 Aug. 10-1866 Nov. 1; Includes descriptions of types of whales and devilfishes (Mobulidae) seen or taken, death at sea, punishment on ship, and ships spoken to; and pencil sketches of whales and profile portraits. Other places represented include Faial Island, Flores, Fogo, Mocha Island, Talcahuano, Dominica, Honolulu, Marquesas Islands, and Hilo; Repository also has microfilm of t
Keywords: Osborn, Abraham, b. ca. 1799; Osborn, Abraham, b. ca. 1833; Mobulidae; Punishment; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Edgartown; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Dominica--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Fogo (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Mocha Island (Chile)--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Talcahuano (Chile)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Profile portraits; Sketches
Downloads: 156
[texts][Logbook of the Saratoga (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass. Ephraim Harding, master. D.F. Worth, keeper. 1849 Sept. 5-1852 May 26] - Saratoga (Ship); Worth, D. F. (Daniel F.), 1829-1922, logkeeper
Log, kept by D.F. Worth, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and the Okhotsk Sea; 1849 Sept. 5-1852 May 26; Includes descriptions of whales seen or taken and death at sea. Other places represented include Säao Tiago Island, Valparaâiso, Honolulu, Lahaina, Agrihan Island, Hong Kong, Rarotonga, and King Island; Repository also has microfilm of the Log (Reel 272); Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Ephraim Harding, on voyage 5 Sept...
Keywords: Ashley, Abraham; Harding, Ephraim, 1814-1858; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Agrihan Island (Northern Mariana Islands)--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Hong Kong (China)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; King Island (Tas.)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Säao Tiago Island (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Logbooks
Downloads: 51
[texts][Logbook of the Beluga (Steam bark), out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 8 Apr. 1900-7 Nov. 1901] - Beluga (Steam bark); Bodfish, Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean and Beaufort Sea; 1900 April 7-1901 Nov. 6; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead and sperm whale), seals, and walrus seen or taken, death at sea, indigenous people, mutiny, and shipboard medicine; and whale stamp (pencil sketches). Other places represented include Saint Lawrence Island, Herschel Island, Port Clarence, Cape Smyth, Cape Bathurst, and Diomede Islands; Repository also has microfilm of Logb...
Keywords: Griffith, Edwin L; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Medicine, Naval; Mutiny; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Diomede Islands (Alaska and Russia)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Medicine, Naval; Mutiny; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Diomede Islands (Alaska and Russia)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks
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[texts][Logbook of the Beluga (Steam bark), out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 2 Apr. 1902-8 Nov. 1902] - Beluga (Steam bark); Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean and Beaufort and Chukchi seas; 1902 Apr. 2-1902 Nov. 7; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead and white whale), seals, and walrus seen or taken, death at sea, fire on ship, indigenous people, and shipboard medicine; and whale stamps (pencil sketches). Other places represented include Dutc
Keywords: Griffith, Edwin L; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Diomede Islands (Alaska and Russia)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Medicine, Naval; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; White whale; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Beaufort Sea--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Diomede Islands (Alaska and Russia)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Point Hope (Alaska)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Unalaska (Alaska)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks
Downloads: 38
[texts][Logbook of the Beluga (Steam bark), out of San Francisco, Calif., mastered by Hartson H. Bodfish, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, on voyage from 28 Mar. 1903-2 Nov. 1903] - Beluga (Steam bark); Hartson H. (Hartson Hartlett), logkeeper
Log, kept by Hartson H. Bodfish, relating to a whaling voyage to the Arctic Ocean; 1903 Mar. 31-1903 Nov. 1; Includes descriptions of types of whales (bowhead and right), and seals seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, fire on ship, indigenous people, and shipboard medicine; and whale stamp (pencil sketches). Other places represented include Dutch Harbor, Wainwright Inlet, Saint Lawrence Island, Point Barrow, Herschel Island, Port Clarence, Cape Smyth, and Cape Bathurst; Repository also has...
Keywords: Griffith, Edwin L; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Wainwright Inlet (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks; Bowhead whale; Indigenous people; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sealing--California--San Francisco; Seals (Animals); Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--California--San Francisco; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Cape Bathurst (N.W.T.)--Description and travel; Dutch Harbor (Alaska)--Description and travel; Herschel Island (Yukon)--Description and travel; Port Clarence (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Smyth, Cape (Alaska)--Description and travel; Wainwright Inlet (Alaska)--Description and travel; Logbooks
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[texts][Logbook of the Hibernia (Ship : 1830-1870) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Jeremiah Ludlow, on voyage from 3 May 1866-25 Nov. 1860] - Hibernia (Ship : 1830-1870)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic and Pacific; 1866 May 3-1869 Nov. 25; Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, blue, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, right, and sperm whales) seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, illnesses of crew members, and shipwrecks; and whale stamps. Other places represented include%2
Keywords: Ludlow, Jeremiah; Charles R. Tucker & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Marine accidents; Right whales; Seafaring life; Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whalers (Persons)--Health and hygiene; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Cabo San Lucas (Baja California Sur, Mexico)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Huahine Island (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Three Kings Islands (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Charles R. Tucker
Downloads: 125
[texts][Logbook of the Moctezuma (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Joseph Tinker, on voyage from 9 Oct. 1857-11 Apr. 1861] - Moctezuma (Ship); Tinker, Joseph, logkeeper
Partial log, kept by Joseph Tinker, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Bering Sea; 1857 Oct. 8-1860 July 12; Includes descriptions of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm), seals, and walrus seen or taken, death at sea, and indigenous people; and whale stamps, accounts, inventory%2
Keywords: West, Simeon N; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Sperm whales; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Inventories; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Bering Sea--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Cross Sound (Alsaka)--Description and travel; Fogo (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; North Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; San Francisco (Calif.)--Description and travel; Accounts; Illustrations; Logbooks; Songs
Downloads: 69
[texts][Logbook of the Betsey Williams (Ship) of Stonington, Conn., mastered by Gilbert Pendleton, kept by Gilbert Pendleton, on voyage from 1851 July 23-1854 April 20] - Betsey Williams (Ship); Pendleton, Gilbert, logkeeper
Log, kept by John R. Collins, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1851 July 23-1854 April 20; Inc
Keywords: Pendleton, Gilbert; Williams, Charles P. (Charles Phelps); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Right whales; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Whaling masters--Health and hygiene; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Bering Strait--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Santa Cruz de Graciosa (Azores)--Description and travel; Society Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Tahiti--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Logbooks
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[texts][Logbook of the Daniel Webster (Ship) out of Nantucket, Mass. on voyage 19 May 1848-18 May 1852 mastered by Henry C. Bunker, kept by G.B. Mearn, Mr. Bailey, and mate Mr. Cowles] - Daniel Webster (Ship); Mearn, G. B., logkeeper
Log, kept by G.B. Mearn, Mr. Bailey, and mate Mr. Cowles, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Sulu Sea; 1848 May 19-1852 May 18; Includes descriptions of%2
Keywords: Bailey, Mr; Bunker, Henry C., b. 1797; Coffin, Benjamin F., 1813-1889; Cowles, Mr; Deserters, Naval; Ice--Arctic regions; Mobulidae; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Nantucket; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Darwin Island (Galapagos Islands)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hong Kong (China)--Description and travel; Juan Fernandez Islands--Description and travel; Kauai (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Kiribati--Description and travel; Luzon (Philippines)--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Paita (Peru)--Description and travel; Tahuata (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Talcahuano (Chile)--Description and travel; Tumbes (Peru)--Description and travel; Valparaiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Watercolors
Downloads: 89
[texts][Good Return (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Benjamin Franklin Wing, kept by Benjamin Franklin Wing on voyage from 2 Sept. 1851-6 Apr. 1855] - Good Return (Ship)
Log, kept by Benjamin Franklin Wing, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, blue, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm whales) seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, indigenous people, and punishment on ship; and inventories of whale oil and bone and account of provisions used...
Keywords: Henry Taber & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Women and the sea; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Caroline Atoll (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Juan Fernandez Islands--Description and travel; Kauai (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Magdalena Bay (Mexico)--Description and travel; Maio Island (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Mocha Island (Chile)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Sao Jorge Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Tahiti--Description and travel; Wing, Benjamin F
[texts][Logbook of the Gay Head (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by William Lowen, on voyage from 20 Oct. 1856-28 Aug. 1860] - Gay Head (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Sea of Okhotsk; 1856 Oct. 20-1860 Aug. 28; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, mutiny, and punishment on ship; and whale stamps and list of provisions used.Other places represented include Honolulu, Maui, Oahu, Aitutaki Atoll, Raroto
Keywords: Lowen, William; J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Seafaring life; Ships--Equipment and supplies; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pitcairn Island--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; J.B. Wood
Downloads: 165
[texts][Logbook of the Navy (Ship) out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Andrew S. Sarvent, kept by Nelson C. Haley and John D. Dimond on voyage 10 Aug. 1859-18 Apr. 1864] - Navy (Ship); Dimond, John D., logkeeper; Haley, Nelson Cole, 1832-1900, logkeeper
Log, kept by Nelson C. Haley and John D. Dimond, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans, Okhotsk Sea, Chukchi Sea, and Gulf of Sakhalin; 1859 Aug. 10-1863 Aug. 30; I
Keywords: Sarvent, Andrew S; J. B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Ships--Equipment and supplies; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Chukchi Sea--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Fatu Hiva (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Hawaii--Description and travel; Hilo (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Saipan--Description and travel; Sakhalin, Gulf of (Russia)--Description and travel; Wake Island--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan); Illustrations; Logbooks; J. B. Wood
Downloads: 125
[texts][Logbook of the Niagara (Ship) of Fairhaven, Mass., mastered by Benjamin Clough, on voyage from 9 Oct. 1851-17 Feb. 1854] - Niagara (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the South Atlantic, North Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea; 1851 Oct. 10-1854 Feb. 16; Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, hump
Keywords: Church, Nathan, shipowner; Clough, Benjamin, 1819-1889; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Ice--Arctic regions; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Mutiny; Punishment; Rescues; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Amsterdam Island (Terres australes et antarctiques franôcaises)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Halmahera (Indonesia)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Martin Vaz Islands (Brazil)--Description and travel; North Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks
Downloads: 129
[texts][Logbook of the Cleone (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass. Hervey E. Luce, master. 1864 May 21-1868 June 14] - Cleone (Bark)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the North Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans; 1864 May 21-1868 June 14; Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, swordfish, accidents and death at sea, punishment on ship, taking in freight from ship Alfred Gibbs, crew members illnesses including
Keywords: Luce, Hervey E; Maxfield, Edmund; Alfred Gibbs (Ship); Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Punishment; Scurvy; Seafaring life; Ships--Equipment and supplies; Swordfish; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whalers (Persons)--Dismissal; Whalers (Persons)--Health and hygiene; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Chiloâe Island (Chile)--Description and travel; Concepciâon Bay (Biobâio, Chile)--Description and travel; Faial (Azores)--Description and travel; Graciosa Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Mocha Island (Chile)--Description and travel; North Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pitcairn Island--Description and travel; Säao Jorge Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Säao Tiago Island (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Talcahuano (Chile)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Inventories; Logbooks
Downloads: 77
[texts][Logbook of the Cicero (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by John R. Stivers, kept by first mate William J. Chadwick and mate Isaac Wrigley, on voyage 9 Oct. 1860-25 May 1865] - Cicero (Ship); Chadwick, William, mate, logkeeper; Wrigley, Isaac, logkeeper
Log, kept by first mate William J. Chadwick and mate Isaac Wrigley, relating to whaling voyage to the Sea of Okhotsk and South Atlantic, South Pacific, and Arctic Oceans; 1860 Oct. 12-1865 May 26; Includes descriptions of whales and walruses seen or taken, accidents and death at sea, passengers t
Keywords: Stivers, John R; Loum Snow & Son (New Bedford, Mass.); Clipper ships; Commercial agents; Indigenous peoples; Marine accidents; Masts and rigging; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Warships--Japan; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Bonin Islands (Japan)--Description and travel; Cape Verde--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Saipan--Description and travel; South Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; South Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Accounts; Crew lists; Drawings; Inventories; Journals (accounts); Logbooks; Watercolors; Loum Snow
Downloads: 90
[texts][Logbook of the Henry Taber (Bark) Whaling vessel, out of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Timothy C. Packard, kept by first mate J.R. Stivers on voyage 23 Oct. 1868-14 Sept. 1871] - Henry Taber (Bark); Stivers, John R., logkeeper
Log, kept by first mate J.R. S
Keywords: Packard, Timothy C; Taber, Gordon & Company (New Bedford, Mass.); Anchors; Coffins; Diplomatic and consular service--Hawaii--Honolulu; Globicephala; Ice--Arctic regions; Ice--Alaska--Wainwright Inlet; Marine accidents; Punishment; Seafaring life; Shipwrecks; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons) Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Whaling masters--Health and hygiene; Women and the sea; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Futuna Islands (Wallis and Futuna Islands)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Kaneohe (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Nauru--Description and travel; North Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Saipan--Description and travel; Wainwright Inlet (Alaska)--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan)--Description and travel; Accounts; Advertisements; Crew lists; Histories; Illustrations; Inventories; Logbooks; Profile portraits; Taber, Gordon
Downloads: 54
[texts][Logbook of the Carolina (Ship),mastered by James Gray and Thomas C. Harding, on voyage from 3 Oct. 1856-13 Apr. 1861] - Carolina (Ship)
Partial log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk and Japan seas.$bIncludes descriptions of whales (blackfish, blue, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm), seen or taken, accidents at sea, punishment on ship, shipboard medicine, and indigenous people; and whale stamps, ship stamps, and accounts. Other places represented include Faial Island, Talcahuano, Shantarskie Islands, Honolulu, Apia, Hakodate-shi, Lahaina...
Keywords: Gray, James, whaling master; Harding, Thomas C; Sylvanus Thomas & Company; Blackfish; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Humpback whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whalers (Persons); Whales; Whalers (Persons)Death; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Apia (Samoa)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Hakodate-shi (Japan)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Japan, Sea of--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Shantarskie Islands (Russia)--Description and travel; Talcahuano (Chile)--Description and travel
[texts][Logbook of the Splendid (Ship), out of Edgartown, Mass.; mastered by James B. Huxford, on voyage from 11 Aug. 1862-11 Apr. 1867] - Splendid (Ship)
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans; 1862 Aug. 11-1867 Apr. 10; Includes descriptions of whales (blackfish, blue, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm), and walrus seen or taken, death at sea, indigenous people, punishment on ship, and shipboard medicine; and%
Keywords: Huxford, James B; Osborn, Abraham, b. ca 1799; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Punishment; Right whale; Medicine, Naval; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Edgartown; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Baja California (Mexico : Peninsula)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Koloa (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maio Island (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Norfolk Island--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Santa Catarina Island (Brazil)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Profile portraits
Downloads: 99
[texts][Logbook of the Fortune (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by David Evans Hathaway and then William Davis, Jr., kept by William Davis, Jr., on voyage from 19 Oct. 1850-18 May 1854] - Fortune (Bark); Davis, William, Jr., shipmaster
Log, kept by William Davis, Jr., relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans; 1850 Oct. 21-1854 May 18; Includes%
Keywords: Hathaway, David Evans, d. 1852; Hathaway, Gilbert, 1813-1863; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Gray's beaked whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Punishment; Right whales; Seafaring life; Seals (Animals); Ships--Fires and fire prevention; Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters--Death; Aitutaki Atoll (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Banaba (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Bora-Bora (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Fanning Island (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Hawaii--Description and travel; Kanton (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Nauru--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pernambuco (Brazil)--Description and travel; Rota Island (Northern Mariana Islands)--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel
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[texts][Arnolda (Bark) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by George F. Bauldry, on voyage 2 Jan. 1872 - 1 May 1876] - Arnolda (Bark)
Log, kept by unknown first mate, relating to whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans and Okhotsk Sea. Includes descriptions of types of whales (blackfish, bowhead, finback, gray, humpback, killer, right, and sperm) and walrus seen or taken, accidents and deaths at sea, Arctic disaster, indigenous people, punishment on ship, rescues, shipboard medicine, and bounty paid for whales caught; and whale stamps, accounts of provisions used, and inventory of whale oil...
Keywords: Bauldry, George F; J.B. Wood & Co. (New Bedford, Mass.); Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous peoples; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Punishment; Rescues; Right whales; Seafaring life; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Barrow, Point (Alaska)--Description and travel; Enderbury Atoll (Kiribati)--Description and travel; Guam--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Islands, Bay of (N.Z.)--Description and travel; Juan Fernandez Islands--Description and travel; Nauru--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pernambuco (Brazil)--Description and travel; Pohnpei Island (Micronesia)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Yokohama-shi (Japan)--Description and travel
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[texts][Logbook of the Betsey Williams (Ship) of Stonington, Conn., mastered by Gilbert Pendleton, kept by John R. Collins, on voyage from 1851 July 23-1854 April 20] - Betsey Williams (Ship); Collins, John R., logkeeper
Log, kept by John R. Collins, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans and Okhotsk Sea;%
Keywords: Pendleton, Gilbert; Williams, Charles P. (Charles Phelps); Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Medicine, Naval; Right whales; Sperm whale; Seafaring life; Voyages and travels; Whale oil; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--Fairhaven; Whaling masters; Whaling masters--Health and hygiene; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Bering Strait--Description and travel; Brava (Cape Verde)--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Flores Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Okhotsk, Sea of--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Santa Cruz de Graciosa (Azores)--Description and travel; Society Islands (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Tahiti--Description and travel; Valparaâiso (Chile)--Description and travel; Illustrations; Logbooks; Profile portraits; Sketches
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[texts][Logbook of the Marcia (Ship) of New Bedford, Mass., mastered by Randall Billings, kept by Anson D. Streeter and then Alonzo Skiff, on voyage from 25 Aug. 1857-16 May 1861] - Cleone (Bark)
Log, kept by Anson D. Streeter and then Alonzo Skiff, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic oceans;%2
Keywords: Billings, Randall, shipmaster; Howland, Edward Wing, 1804-1879; Blue whale; Bowhead whale; Finback whale; Globicephala; Gray whale; Humpback whale; Indigenous people; Killer whale; Marine accidents; Punishment; Rescues; Seafaring life; Shipwrecks; Sperm whale; Voyages and travels; Walrus; Whale oil; Whalebone; Whalers (Persons); Whalers (Persons)--Death; Whales; Whaling--Massachusetts--New Bedford; Whaling masters; Arctic Ocean--Description and travel; Atlantic Ocean--Description and travel; Faial Island (Azores)--Description and travel; Galapagos Islands--Description and travel; Honolulu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Lahaina (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Maui (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Mocha Island (Chile)--Description and travel; Oahu (Hawaii)--Description and travel; Pacific Ocean--Description and travel; Pernambuco (Brazil)--Description and travel; Rarotonga (Cook Islands)--Description and travel; Saint Lawrence Island (Alaska)--Description and travel; Talcahuano (Chile)--Description and travel; Tumbes (Peru)--Description and travel; Ua Huka (French Polynesia)--Description and travel; Accounts; Inventories; Logbooks
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